J (@j.alexander.clark) — Photographer • Veteran • I shot these
1 | March | 2012: Most people run away or try to harm spiders when they see them, but (in most cases) they live in harmony with humans. I found this little jumping spider when I was wonder the beach in Costa Rica a few years back. Can you guess what he is standing on? My finger! That’s how small he is - zoom in and you will see little blue flecks and coloring like glitter on his face. Just beautiful, tiny and beautiful!
9 | October | 2018: I don’t typically do wreck dives, I tend to enjoy coral reefs and animals mainly, but there was something so serene about floating motionlessly and staring at this ship that came to rest on the ocean floor slowly returning from whence it came. Be still today and look slowly and with meaning at the world around you - you will feel connected.
2 | January | 2019: In the last year I’ve been focused on lightening my camera load from testing out the DJI Odom pocket to switching from the canon 5D MK IV to the Sony A7 III - but one of the biggest surprises has come from the pictures my iPhone XS Max has taken. Here’s another winner from the beach in Kauai today.
3 | November | 2018: The whole point of my Instagram page is to inspire you to look more closely at the culture and wildlife around you. In this shot I was sitting in the garden staring at a flower when this little sparkles green fellow flew in for some pollen. It was truly delightful to watch. I think it’s a type of sweat bee - does anyone know? Canon 5DS R • f 2.8 • 1/200th • ISO100 • 100mm • MT-26EX
6 | October | 2018: One of the main reasons I take photos is to reveal the beauty in common subjects. I watch people shoo, walk by, and regard this chicken as pests and they might be in some regard but if you sit and watch - you can appreciate just how intricate and beautiful they are.
4 | November | 2017: SPLASH of pink in your timeline! I bet you didn’t know reptiles 🦎 care about raising breast cancer awareness! This is a Tokay Gecko and he was not feeling picture day. Look at how intricate his eyes are! Thanks again @thepetshopaz for sharing your animals with me! #savethetatas
2 | October | 2018: Diving in the Cayman Islands for the first time I’m really enjoying feeling weightless and observing the nature’s little underwater details. Here’s a “Pink Tipped Giant Sea Anemone” those bulbs are approximately the size of dimes.
13 | December | 2012: I shot this 8 years ago on the southwest coast of Madagascar in a place called Kirindy. This is using the canon 600mm f4 with 2x extender on the 5DMK III. If you get a chance - go where there are no city lights and spend some time with the moon.